Welcome to Windfall, Indiana, a uniquely rural town with fewer than 700 residents. Windfall is located in Tipton County and is included within the Kokomo Metropolitan Area. North Independence Street, which intersects Windfall from north to south is also State Road 213 and a main artery to get in and out of the town easily.
This might seem like a small town, but there is a lot of rich history right here in Windfall. The first sawmill was erected in 1853 by the town’s founder, James B. Fouch. And the first home that was built also served as the town’s general store for many years.
Windfall is considered to be one of the most attractive places within Tipton county and is known as a beautiful place to live. With great homes and lots of land that spans several lawns to several acres, there are plenty of reasonably priced options right here in Windfall, Indiana.
If you’re thinking of moving to Windfall, speak to your Tucker realtor about your wish list and needs; they are truly the experts and can find you the perfect place to call home right here in beautiful Windfall. Residents looking to sell their home in Windfall and either relocated to another part of the state or stay within Windfall should also contact a Tucker realtor since they are connected throughout the state of Indiana. Our realtors can really help make your transition as easy as possible.
Despite its small size, you won’t find a shortage of grocery or convenience stores near Windfall. Shopping can be just as fun. While Windfall doesn’t have much in the way of retail stores, fine options can easily be found in the nearby neighboring towns.
Small diners can be found in Windfall and Tipton, and Elwood has most fast food chains available if you’re looking for a quick grab-and-go meal. But for the greatest variety, look no further than nearby Kokomo with everything from Japanese to Mexican fare and everything in between.
Visiting Alexandria, a mere 25 miles away, will have you shopping for all your wants and needs including clothing and sports equipment. There are even nutrition stores and automotive repair shops as well as a slew of restaurants from Mexican and pizza to fast food and bars.
There are plenty of activities to do close to Windfall including camping, golfing, and visiting museums. There’s even the Tipton County Fairgrounds to visit.
In nearby Kokomo you can find all the conveniences and amenities of a slightly larger town within a short 18 miles from Windfall. There is the Kokomo Civic Theatre, Kokomo Beach and Family Aquatic Center, Kokomo Speedway, Reservoir Boat Launch, and plenty more.
Less than 30 miles east of Windfall, you’ll find Alexandria, Indiana. This little town offers much in the way of entertainment such as a theater where you can watch great movies on a stellar sound system and a large screen. A drive-in movie theatre is also available. The Alexandria Swimming Pool is a great place to visit with the whole family to enjoy a refreshing swim. There’s even a quaint museum to visit called the Alexandria Monroe Township Museum.
The most common industries in Windfall are manufacturing, healthcare, and construction. Most residents are gainfully employed in these fields. However, with Elwood and Tipton being nearby as well as Kokomo and Marion, there are plenty of employment opportunities in these larger cities. Kokomo is home to the Chrysler Transmission Plant and the Kokomo Area Career Center, which can offer career assistance for new area residents. Indianapolis is only 40 miles south of Windfall and also opens up almost every career possibility for those willing to drive a little further into the capital city.
There are plenty of opportunities to find work close to Windfall. Employment industries here include manufacturing, retail, transportation, warehousing, health care, and education.
The Windfall school system is a great place to have your children educated and grow. Although the schools here are small, the kids still enjoy a great educational program as well as a small student-to-teacher ratio so they can get the attention they deserve.
Windfall Elementary is available for children from K–6th Grade. And in the nearby towns of Tipton and Elwood, older children attend Tipton Elementary, Tipton Middle School and Tipton High Schools, or Oakland Elementary and Elwood Junior-Senior High Schools.
The Indiana University Kokomo campus is 12 miles from Windfall, and Indiana Wesleyan University is only 20 miles away. There is also Anderson University, Taylor University, Ball State University, Butler University, and Butler University in Indianapolis. Each of these schools are only between 25 and 40 miles from Windfall.